For years now there has been some debate in the balloon industry to
as which is more important, the calibre of one's balloon models or the
quality of one's entertainment skills. On one hand a sour-faced twister
making a complicated creation can be shown up by a wise-cracking, well-presented
entertainer with only a few basic models under his belt. On the other
hand no matter how funny or entertaining you are people will get bored
of sub-standard creations and will want something better to take home
with them. The answer is you need both skills working in harmony together
to become a great balloon modeller. Both skills will compliment each other,
the more models you learn the more you will have to talk about so your
patter will increase. The more you hone your entertainment skills the
more you will capture peoples attention to your sculptures.
This section has free routines for all to use. The umbrella routine is a particular favourite of mine which I still use to this day.
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